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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 June 1868

IW WUnWTeaar II aWI IWII IIIWW aananWaW SU Mil III I . . .,, nv-. ' UMWwr-lM 11 vow 'a- itSiZ'SPWi. M'ARTHUR, YINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THUBSDAY JUNE 18, 1S68; NO. 22. DEM0CP.ATI0 ENQUIRER. t. W. BOWM, Editor. Taaredar, - Jane 11,1888, Cvrun-lteeond Htnry R. D. Dodge's Building, ainin iHiwh TUBUS. On copy, I year, II. SO One copy,! mo,, n no One ropy, I mo., .7.i I One copy. 1 nios.. 0.40 On oojijr tuut (re to getter-npof UuU of Tea. ADVTltTISIXQ MATTCH. On aqnare, I weekI.0l-Oiie square t mo. HJO i Mtriy advertisement sum per column, ana lit proportionate rate tor less apace. 'or Pekkikkxt or the United Statks, QEOSQE H. PENDLETON, Sunteot to tho derision or thn Democratic Na tional Convention. Democratic State Ticket. For Secretary of State, TVaaaaa HTW4, of Lon. For Buprem Judge, WmiMt E. Xiao, of Pwty. ' For Member Board Public Works, Artmu Hdkw, of Cnahog For School Coranilsalouer, Barnwel J. KUkwood, of Seueeu. , For Clerk of Supreme (Vrart, Team H. Woh, of Mahoning;. B1..J , " 1 1...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 June 1868

Poetry. CUPID'S REPLY. f.O 111 1 One da', wban Lore was young, Beside ft nppuuB riven U, how KKH hi" WM I Aa on ne mi1 - I i j i i Came near the little retirer. ' J, But noticed him bo mow utan uHsann i; , To him aha wee a arrange , ' Low smiled aad bowed mwpH" aald a. "PraT, tell im, air, who are jots r I doubt If I hive w taowBt .. ma tMn iseTra job i - ..iZk uil Love, "sweet maid, my card, ,u-ou nave no objection, r rrr. f taUtl strange name I I'm Itoe HTjIf,, . A Escaped my recollection 1 ' And took golden arrow out j V 1,111, UUIBII IU Then drew but bow, and cried wMJe. 5 i 8ls hot taffaaraf with frugltert... He pierced tLa gont maiden's heart ; '0'fWt:n(muKnpot hereeftorl' General Intelligence. ADVENTURES EXTRAORDINARY. Arrest of a Woman in Man's Attire— Arrest of a Woman in Man's Attire— Her Career at the Watering Places and in New York—Four Years Borrowed Costume—Female Flirtations with Women. frmr years Dost a tonne feratile, the particular protege of. , wealthy 'and - ,;.,...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 June 1868

Telegraphic Summary. GENERAL NEWS. ?.: The entire number pf soldiers rsgured n Wwhiiiftton in f 'X , The SccreUry'oJ'iLa'Tre 1 . to malm do nor clerics) appointments, it ! The ioke tf the Ha,wijm voleauo still ; , fills tlio ait for a, hnudred milus at sea,,., . i Wif Typograi)liirtil Union paid fhoir f ' ' Specls'to Iho Pretrident Wednesday Brief A joint reftdntio to, xtnd the tinrf (or , j'tUe pomplution of tbu, urjlsurri J'aeilic ,rail ' road, was amended anil piasod in the Senate IIUMlUaMkilafiii I' &(iHli f.lii.i.!.- , i i ' AfaomntitWeo. th CJiicaRO,; Bobs blond i and Paeiiio railroad .left (;WK Wcdneaday tlte'ht fin- Davenport, Iowa, for the purpose of 1 1 KttliuK all dlittcultiea with, .it ia understood, afaujjroRjejjJ.pf auccWB. ,, ! I The Brpubiioan Convention of the 12th (i ffreMdiinal dixtrict of Illinois, held at Illinois .i) ' town Wwluoidny morning, oruuiinioualy nonv iwatod Major Jolui J3inze Hay for Congress, . iind WUlurd C. flugg for Htoto Senator. " Hie burV'...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 June 1868

11110111111. ,'J ft. o F-ACTIHG rr.tlIT) BT All THE UADRtw nrnnca Companies, the Gov. ., ;it, and Chief Engineers principal cities througV out tho country. . f-awd propCTtr amounting; to i n millions of dollars; it ia 'i-.r. Simple, an J EfTcctivo; no : .ha values lifo end property ;', I ho without it, Hundreds of s :.s havo 8avoJ their property .i for Descriptive Circular iJ, S. Fire Extinguisher Co, ue.U) omcE, I'o. 3 DEY STREET, N.Y. er's Sarsaparilla, r03 PUMFYIIfG THE BLOOD. The rcpnUtioB this ez ecllcut iiKhrine enjoyi. Ia deriviil from itA cun'j, miiny of hk h arc of truly marvellous elmr octcr. Invvterate uici of ScrufulA, where lha ATrtcm soeined utterlr Alien np to corniptioij, Earc yk ldcd to thin com pound of auti-trumouA Tirvucs. ineoruon or A Arrof'.iknifi type, and it- Keuoiu wiiiuu are mere r "Wr.ariit'il by the preneneo of aerofuloua mutter, irj.vi In i radically cured In fitch numerous in f"i . es i i every n'ttl.mint in the couutry, thnt the p.i i ;i;.. ii.iinceit...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 June 1868

i I -hji' II - .. ) t VOL. 2. M'AKTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY JUNE 25.18C8.,- ' KO; 23. ' rw I,, i ,!.! -ltt.4 It.U ."At lit .f.rir .. "" ' (" . i ..'-i .. j.-. .' ' i ,., iKM.., . -i !"' i n ii i - - - - ' . ' , - i i i ,fiiiii " 'rii - " i " r r i i " T ' ' . ' ' ' ' ' 1 ) 1 ' '? T '. mm , v i. ! . ; ... . : DEMOCRATIC ENQUIEER Ji W. BOWES, Editor. Thursday, ... - June 2&, 18G8, (irrius Second Story K. U. Dodgo't Building, aiuiu rureoi. the. :m a . On eopy, 1 year, II.5U I OiiceopV,- moa., Jl.flft One ropy, 6 mo., 0.75 One copy S inn., O.W vu copy mil iroo to aoucr-up oi Uiibor Ten, ATlVKiiTiMivn tui-ra. On (qitnrn, 1 wmti-i.nir-nnp sqnnTc 1 mo. i ourij- a,iv.'riiemenw auiu per column, and prupurLioiinu) rnum uir icwnprice. i'OR f RElrDENT OK THE t'SITtn HTATIM, GEORGE H. PENDLETON, ubjct to Die division of tlm Pi'IulktiUIc Sh- . uoiuii ion vt'jil ion. . Democratic State Ticket. For S(irntiiry of flfntn, " TThoiuft' HttTT)rA; 6f fanS1"'' For Rnprom'A .Tvidgo, " William...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 June 1868

Poetry. SWEET SIXTEEN. I. Dor lady, wben I look at on 80 lowly and ao lovd a you, From whoae young life haa not yet fow Th rose' blush, th morning' dew, , I slnh to think of ill Uie year Who fading memorie riae botwen Thi aud the time when, long ego, 1 loat my heart to Sweet Sixteen. , I. II. Prat a they may of Winer thought, Of cooler blood and ateadier brain. Of earneet wiadom, dearly bought, ' By anxloua oare and aaddeuing pain ; - In all the ynara Old Time can bring, In all tha longeat life haa seen, There are no hope, no Joys, no lores, - Bo tweet aathoM of Sweet Sixteen I ' III. And though ttfffharm'inny wear swiff"' A roaea fade and dewa eihale, ; - Thongh gloaaiert lock may tum 16 gray, 1 And fainat ehwln trrow wan and pale Yet who can doubt those dearly loved. In lands of mortal eye unaeen Bevond the atara, aliall all regain , '- i'he angel huea of Sweet Sixteen I ( Selected Miscellany. MY BAIRNS. MY BAIRNS. Written by the Father of a Family. Mind. I m&ke no boast of it...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 June 1868

Telegraphic Summary. GENERAL NEWS. . Work npon the Ohio River bridee is being pruwoaieu wun great energy. j ' . A cavern or grotto, said to rival the gum moth cave in Kentucky, haa been discovered about twenty miles north of Ottowa, Canada. Advice; from Mojfco" flTjTPsont the condi tion oi tno nitorior very niucn qenipraiuseu, aocinty chaotic, and crime and violence every- where prevalent 1 i A verdict of 15,800 haa been returned against tlie' Adams Kxnress Company for the loss of a valine alleged to contain M.tiOO, two yoars tiro. - i - CflmmWoner of Internal Revenue Rollins haa written a letter to. the Decretory of the Treasury, resigning his position, the nmigni , Hon to take effect on the confirmation of.. hie successor. ' The fractional ciirrenev issued for the week -was 1445,1(10; forwarded, 272,SaO. Notes for warded, fV,203;' National bank currency is- 'ancd, 1197,775, and fractional currency oe atroyed, 143000. . .. . PERSONAL. Tlmrlow Wood la at Saratoga. ..." i Commodoro V...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 June 1868

STlMMlIt a ' u o SELF-ACTING pinia ENGINE. KXSOUSSD BI ALL THE LEAD1XQ Plro Insurance Companies, the Gov ernment, and Chief Engineers of principal citios through out the country. It las saTed property amonnting to over ten millions of dollars; ii is Clicap, Simple, and Efleotivo ; no o:w who values lifo and property should he without it. Hundreds of persona havo saved their property with it. Send for Descriptive Circular. . U. S. Fire Extinguisher Co . HEAD orPICK, No: 8 DCY STREET, N. Y. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, FOE PUBITI1NG THE BLOOD.' The renntttion thin reliant lui-Uicino cujo'd Is il'.;rlvwl from its cures, many of whtvh nre of truly uiurvollims char ai'tor. Invctcrnto easra 01' .Scrofula, where tho Fy.Kcm soeiui'ti imoiiy Sivvu nn to comtiitloii, nave yiultleil lo this rom IKinn'l of antltrnmous virtue", bisordj of fi,'i'ii'tiloim tyjio, anil nf- recuoiirf iriuitu arc mcrviv lurirravntd hy the presoiico of bitouiIouh niattor, kiwi itcctl rtmit'juv cuivii in siion iiuiueroua in nn...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 2 July 1868

; ! si. rf I - V vl. il '.i: i,t t:-:; ''v"' v -1 MOTTi.. W .:,.l'S;vtfSig,.-. :r i VOL. 2. ( J, W. BOWEN, i IPuuliahtu tub Proprietor. ) : M'APJIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO:; THURSDAY, JUYL 2, 18C8. tlJSOPER YEAR, I ( la Advaaoa, J - NO. 24. , ! r it. DEMOCRATIC ENQUIB.EB. J. W, BOWEN, EJItor.' TBBMS. (me copy, 1 your, 11.50 I On.py,() mm., ?1.00 One copy, inoa., 0.") I OmxMipy, K num., 11.10 One copy soiitfieotogi'ttor-upulClubol' Ton. AmnnrisiNfi nates. One square, 1 week 41.1104 inoaiitinrol mo. $2.50 Yearly advertisements ?H;if per column, iihd lit proportlonutc rnti-a lor less puco. FOR I'REHIIlENT OP THE UNITED HTATKH, GEORGE H, PENDLETON, ubjeot to the doelalon or tlin Doiiiovrutlu Na tional ('oiiyciiIIiui. Democratic State Ticket. For ftocrrtiiry of HUlo, Thomas Huhharrl, or Logan. , For Supremo JuUko, . William E. Flock, of Ferry. For Member Hoard Puhllc Works, Arthur Hashes, of Cuyahoga. For Hchcvil Commlwilonnr, Bamnol J. Khkwood, of rieiiocn., For C'lork of Huprouie Court,...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 2 July 1868

[...] STEADFAST. A on utnomil will omellme gaae r Into th deep blua nlgut. At lb aweet ratliauo of some ipedal ttir -Tht Muupriulj bright, HI looks concentred n the net aureokad Their glowing coureee run: Though by ten myriad gem the heaven are deck'd. To him there I hot one. 80 1 look np Into glorloo ttct, Into calm, kind eye, - Xadlant with queenly nobleness and grace. Clear a a cloudlea sir. , Hot bright a brook that o'er the ahadow roll. But oh I ao pure and deep With fathomles eroniiy of oul Like ocean In a sleep. . There night be tare Arty time a fair. Oh, dear-loved lady mine I But though there were, I'd neither know nor oar "' I'm blind to all but thine. WHY GO TO CHURCH. Ladle go, if theyr got a faahionable bonnet, Aa large a tamp or a well-turned Bonnet, To gaze and be gazed at, or on a beau nod. And this ie the preaont mode of worshipping God. The farmer put on hi beat, and countenance meek, Beek the church to atoue for the eina of the week. The lawyer leave home, and bri...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 2 July 1868

Telegraphic Summary. FOREIGN. The French Corp Logislatif, Wednesday, gave ita Mount to the proponed Huei loan. leuow fovor of a dangerous type and epi demic in form is raging at Veia Cruz. In the North German Parliament Wednes day, the entire budget was adopted. The banks of Chili have obtained permis sion to issue $5,110,000. A nephew of the nmrrfurnd Priona MthaAl was duly proclaimed Prinoo of Hervia on Ht- ura&y. The United States steamer Shamrock, has completed her repairs atLibbonand sailed for New York. King William, of Prnseia, has gone to visit nuiiover lor me first tune since the late wax with Austria. TtfUllftli hwaniA VWulVtt Miniut A. P.vnnmla Home MiniHter, and ftubi, Minietor of the uoioiuus or spam. The steamer Siberia, bound for New York. was compelled to put back to Liverpool, in coueutiueuue ut a uroKuu snail. Several earthquake shocks have been felt in f,iuailor. Mount riachonbia, on whose do cuviiy yuuo is situaieu, is again in activity, A trrand state bannue...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 2 July 1868

."rn'riM- miDiffls. r CO a. n i 1 1 LF-ACTIHG nnia 1NGINE. CNDOItSED BY AIX THIS LEADING I .'3 Insurance Companies, Iho Gov cnmcut, and Chief Engineers of rvrinriinnl cities tTirourb out tlio country. 1 -'is saved property amotrating( to .. r ten millions of dollars; it' is ; :ip, Simplo, and ElFectivo; no i i ! who values life and property i ild ho without it. Hundreds of :. nns havo saved their property V ' 'i it i. .;iid for Descriptive Circular. 1 Fire Extinguisher Co., head orncB, No. 8 DEY STREET, N. V. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Fi3 PUEIHIXG THE BLOOD." Then?Tinrvlinn this ex. Ccllent niftUirme eiijoyj, la UerivcU i'mm fts cuvo.h, many of wl.U l. mm of a truly mnrvcllmu clinr- acior. Invetuvjtto unws of Sorotuhi. w lie re tho J 1 Bvstcin bocincd utterly Y. I Js. Kivon up to corruption. h:ivc vielikil to uiw com- pound of nntl-slnunoua ? virtues, iJiaoiikTH of a acrofuJouB type, ami uf- fu rlio iid whii li arc merely m'irnrntoi by the presence of scrofulous ui.ilUn', ll'ttO lfr"ll r...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 9 July 1868

fff&i 11 a v ., VOL. 2. . BOWEW. 1 M' ARTHUR, VINTON . COUNTY,' OHIO: THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1868. Pal U.50PER YEAR, I la Advance, itc and Proprietor.) NO. 25. DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRES J, W, BOWKS, Editor, One) copy, 1 year, $1.50 1 Oiiomipy.B mm., $1.00 l)no cnpy, 0 mo., 0.75 One copy. S mm., 0.10 une oupy scui rree lo Koucr-ii p oi uiui) of leu. ADVKHTISIXO HATKM. ' Onosqnnrp, 1 wookSl.OO OncHqunmlmo, $?.fifl - Yciu'lyuilvcrtlacmentailliiO per column, mid hi pnipomniiiiie raw ior lea apace. Fob I'iivmikkut ok tiik Ukitko Htatkh, GEORGE H. PENDLETON, Subject to tlio derision of Urn Democratic Nil iionni t. (invention. Democratic State Ticket. For Bocri'lury of Ntnto, Thomas Hnbbarrt, of rogim. Kiir Hilprenm Jinliro, William. . Finck, of Terry. For Member Board Public tyorka, Arthur Hughes, of L'uyahoga. .For School Commissioner, Samuel J. Kirkwood, of Hetioca. For (,'lorlc of Supreme. Court, Jolin M WeMi. of Mulionlng. Democratic County Ticket. For Auditor, Henry Reynold, ofKlkTownslilp....

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 9 July 1868

Poetry. THE WISE FAIRY. THE WISE FAIRY. BY ALICE CARY . Ones in rougl), wild country, On tha other tide of the aes, There liTed a dear little fairy, And her home wu in tree Jl dew little, queer little fairy, And M rich aa ahe oooid be. To Northward tnd to Southward, fine could overlook the land. And that was why the had her hoUM in a fcrM. voa nuderatand for ahe waa the friend of the frtendleaa. And her heart waa in ner nana. And when aha aaw poor women Patiently, day by vlity, Spinninu, aplnnina and aplnning, ThAirlnnMwtme llvue awav. She would hide In the tax of their dlataffa A lump of gold, they aay. And when ahe taw poor dltchera, Kiiae-deep In wnie wet dike, Pigging, digging and digging, To their very grave beuke, ah. wnnM hiile a ahininff lumn of ffold Where their tpadea would be aure to atrika. And when ahe aaw poor children Their goata from the paature take, Or aaw them milking and milking, Till their arma were ready to break. What a plaabing in their milking paila Her glft...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 9 July 1868

Telegraphic Summary. Foreign. The eteamer fit. Lawrence, from New York emveaat creet iuesaay. Id the English House of Lords, Tuesday Teiiing, tne Bcoun reform Dill passed to tlie second reading. La Liberie, at Paris, publishes a report that Meno(ti Garibaldi is raising volunteers to mane another attack- on Homo. Sunday next has been appointed a day of i tiianaagmng inrouguoiu ureal .Britain for the success of the Abyssinian expedition. Later advices from Smith America state that the Spanish PaciHo squadron, under Admiral nunez, arrived at mo Janeiro. In the English Commons, Tuesday evening - fie bill for the purchase of a telegraph line o r ins uorernment, was referred to a com' mil tee. At a public banauet at Clv-ita Veochia, Gen DuTpnte, commander of the-French forces in th pontittcuu status, declared mat r ranee woui i never aDandon tne noiy xainer. Cro ds of visitors from every part of Ger many -1 o pouring into the city of Worms, and a great 1 umber of foreigners, the majority ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 9 July 1868

1ITIGMII 2 ' mi 53 SELF-ACTING nn33 ENGINE. ENDORSED BT ALL TDK LEADI50 Firo Insurance Companies, the Gov ernmbnt, and Chief Engineers of principal cities through out tho country. It has saved property amounting to over ten millions of dollars; it is Cheap, Simple, and Effective ; no o:ia who values lift) and property should bo without it Hundreds of persons havo saved their property with it, fc-'end for Discrijilive Circular. U. S. Firo Extinguislior Co., head orncE, No. 8 DEY STREET, N. v. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, F02 PIUIFIIXG TEE BLOOD." The reputation this ex cellent nieilicino enjoys, is ileriveil from its curei, m.1ny of which aro of a truly marvellous char artcr. Inveterate eases of Scrofula, where the system seemed nttmly Rivou up to corruption, n."vo vit'ldt'd to this com pound of anli-strumous viitMi-s. Disorders of a scrofulous tvjie, anil at fectiona whlvli aro merely a : Tfivatuil bv the prosenco of scrofulous niatttii-, ti ive Ix-i-it rnilieallv cu.vil in such uunicrotw i...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 July 1868

1 !;";:V. - WAA)nn;A A A w IwwMWm - .V ; ,.c': i-i-i ':.' .-. n-v .5 J Witt 1 .'4 J to i i ! xi r t ii He, to. i c i Ki in 1 1 i inn1 simj 1 1 1 J Si WW 'sjniij'- , V., V,.M M SI f J, W. iPublijhot VOL 1 BOVf end frojrletor.1 M ARTHUR, YINTOK COUNTY, OHIO; TUUllSDAY, ! JULY 16,.18C8. 50. 20. DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRES. J. W. BOWES, Editor, T 32 X 3 . Ono copy, I yenr, 10)Oneenpy(8mns., fl.GU XJne copy, 6 irtM., V ia Onncupy.S mm, 0.4m On copy iieu t free to RctUu-u p oi Club of Teu. ftttfnTmiNo raths. week UW-ioinmrpl mo. R.oO Yearly O'lvcrtlwinouta )100 per column, and 't profKrtr,BU) ratal for lew apace. National Democratic Ticket. For President, HORATIO SEYMOUR, "Of Now York. For Vice-President, M FRANK P. BLAIR, Of Mlimourt. :' Democratic State Ticket. For Sectvtury f BtaTfl, Tiitimu HttVbard, of Logiitt. for tvftprcme Jndgo, ' William E. FiAck.of Perry, For Mertibt -Board Public Works, Arthur Haftacs, of Cnj'uhog. for School Commissioner, '. ttaakuel J. Klrkwood, of Senoea, For Clerk ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 July 1868

Poetry. SMILE AND NEVER HEED ME. BY CHAR SWAIN. Though, when other nieids Mud try, , 1 may defgu thee no reply, r ., Turn not then away, and elgh, Smile, and never need tat I , j (i If our lore, indeed, be auoh , i ' V Aa most thrill at every touch, . Why thould others learn as much r (Sniile, and never heed met j Where'! the uae that they thould know . .. - 11 one'a heart beat fast or alow Deepen love avotdeth show rknue. and never heed me I 'V etatiAearta, like Kara of night, - " v I 6huui3ng day'a intrualvelight, Live but for each other'a sight-- . araile, anil never need me r . T T" iiuv tn if, wtft' maiden pride, ' '',u ' 1 ' 1 ahoald bid thee quit my aide, . .,. i ., I. ' Take tula lesson for thy guide wi.i I ' 6mlle, and never Heed me f I i V, , But when (tare and twilight meet, . . , ' 1 ' i And the dew ia failing eweet, , , Ajjdthotthear'atmyoorntni feet ,; Than thoa tben-rnayat heed me. Selected Miscellany. THE PARSON'S FIX. [From Chamber's Journal.] V ,"1 J'-Juat after I ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 July 1868

Telegraphic Summary. General News. . . . A ' tlharletf Walker, in nM .it M,,v.i I. . , , , -UHikuii DBWCIUOU u h: y-r"" vtiivnjju, uivu uu auiiuay , ' 4.W-I - 1 1 David Blyth wa drowned on tU aoth ult.. '.vln Cooli river at DeaUuinee. -. .. ,,, - j Bn' aillett U ordr"l to California to Uk .1 w;f the position vacated by McDowell. . ,ir.n !' " aThe New Tork Bo"1 ' Alderman has voted " -i $30,000 for tbe celebration of the 4th. of July. ". Jbri HirUell was drowned In the Monon- i. i : - ejaenia, river at r ittaburg on tbe SOU of Juna. jonu wneian. a laborer, in Springfield, HI., led on the 30th ult,, from the effect of un roki ' , ! .,. T ..' -died " "etrokei. ' lu 'A'younjt man named ihowii wai dprnned in the JXwbimippi a(;X'liuton, Iowa, on the K 27th qlt.. ';.... , it,J u Anton Hohl, a Gorman,: because tired of uving, arownea himself lot ereeky short ru f distance frem jjt. Louis. - , i, ,., . .A German named Schlotman waa smothered in a privy vault in t.mcirinetl Tuesday, night, .-...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 July 1868

f V-A A V-ZOiULacuI LlO JTXJJLS, pU tit iiarMMW of a Meal- KtBC .-A. - I- Pft!i.im us one medi. cino i.i so universally re quired by voi-juody i a calhitrtlc, nor was ever any before to tiuivorsitl ly adopted into uw, in every ooun try ami anion j A v ( ' all rW, iu tine aiilu lAVST ; Dut emcieul puiystiv ivax j v "3 w -" ,y jh. i iw curious rea- V -1 ,' ron If , thnt it is a more r Jjk linbte and Ihr more erfec- emu roumlv fh.in snv -. :.' 11 other. Those v ho have J it, know that it cured them; those ho have ' know that it cures then- eigliuor and friends, .1 nil know IhjU what it doe once it doe alway ihHt it never fill" UimnKh any fuull or neglect n i eompo.ition. W have, and can show, thua unla upon thousands of eertlllr.ite of rcniaika l cute of tiM following complaint, but iicl, uroa ro known tat every "wlirliborhood, anil why ',-houM we publish thein t Adapted to all iru anil nanriitioiuuinll climate; containing neither calo mel or au" dleti-u liniit, they may be tnkoii with...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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